• RE: FPGA source code AD9683 evaluation

    Hi Omer, 

    You need to have a myAnalog account so we can send to you the codes. Just go to http://www.analog.com/myanalog to sign up for an account.

    Let me know once done.



  • AD9683 dev board FMC pinout

    Hello Everybody, 

    Looking into the Schematic of AD9683 development board ad9683_final_schematic_02_040310c.pdf I see this:

    And looking into the schematic of the recommended host FPGA board HSC-ADC-EVALEZ schematic file, sch_hadv6fmc01d.pdf I see the following…

  • AD9250 to AD9683 migration

    Hello Everyone, 

    As a part of an evaluation project, I would like to use AD9683 ( on its FMC evaluation board). However I could not find any project or and library element with name AD9683. 

    My plan is to modify AD9250 to AD9683 as a component and then…

  • RE: Clock adjust AD9683-250EBZ

    please refer to the user guide EVALUATING THE AD9683/AD6677 ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTERS [Analog Devices Wiki] for detailed informatioin on how to evaluate the AD9683

  • AD9683

    does this have an integrated controller in it? if not, any recommendations?

  • AD9683 dev board (with FMC connector) design files


    I hope that everyone is doing great.

    I am writing to ask where I can find design files (schematic, layout, BOM) of the AD9683 dev-board with FMC connector.

    Here (https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/ad9683-170ebz_ad9683-250ebz_ad6677ebz) I…

  • RE: AD9683 EVAL board FMC connector

    Hi there, I have  even a simpler question, how and where did you get the AD9683_250EBZ FMC board? And did you find the schematics and PCB files for the board? If so, would it be possible for you to share or point out where you could download them?


  • How is the AD9683 unique?

    How is the AD9683 unique?


    Yes, the AD9683 is the only single channel ADC with 14-bit resolution that runs
    greater than 200MSPS (it runs up to 250MSPS) w/ JESD204B outputs. 
  • AD9683 SYNCINB inputs

    On p.40 of the datasheet, address 0x60 bit 4 is described as using the SYNCINB- pin when in single-ended CMOS mode. We mistakenly have connected to the SYNCINB+ pin, and have bypassed the SYNCINB- pin to ground. Will the part still work correctly in this…